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I dont know weather the psp allows you to do so (creating multiple accounts)


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There are no accounts for PSPs,
You can have different save files for different people for games, but no accounts.

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Why when I download a ps3 game (dead nation) off the network, when I go to install it, it tells me to connect my PSP? I don't own a PSP and I downloaded the PS3 version.


delete downloaded files (maybe also game settings and saves)
restart ps3
download games again through the 'account management' part of the interface. Not via the store , via the account mgmt.

Nov 30, 2012 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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PSP ERROR CODE "8010850f"


How to fix error code "8010850f" on your PSP:


Error code "8010850f" sometimes appeared when you downloaded certain games on your PSP. It will requires you to activate the system to use the content and could only work when activated through PSN. Here are some tips and tricks on how to fix this error.


Option 1: Go to account management by signing in to PSN on your PSP. Once under account management go to activation/activate - games then activate the PSP.


Option 2: Connect your PSP to your PS3 using a USB. Then go to [Accountmanagement] - [activate/deactivate] - [PSP] - [games].


After you processed either of the 2 options you can now play your games with no interruption.


Hope it helps.

on Feb 21, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Psp error code 8010850f when trying to play demo games


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How to fix error code "8010850f" on your PSP:


Error code "8010850f" sometimes appeared when you downloaded certain games on your PSP. It will requires you to activate the system to use the content and could only work when activated through PSN. Here are some tips and tricks on how to fix this error.


Option 1: Go to account management by signing in to PSN on your PSP. Once under account management go to activation/activate - games then activate the PSP.


Option 2: Connect your PSP to your PS3 using a USB. Then go to [Accountmanagement] - [activate/deactivate] - [PSP] - [games].


After you processed either of the 2 options you can now play your games with no interruption.


Hope it helps.

Jun 18, 2011 | Sony PSP (Piano Black)

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I am not sure how to activate my PSP go. I once chose the wrong game, and immediately turned it off, and now it tells me to activate my system if I want to play a game.


Log into the PSN Store from the menu on the PSP Go. Sign in and go to Account Management. There is the option to activate/deactivate system in Account Management.
You can also download the Media Go software from the Sony PSN website to access the store from your PC.

May 03, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Error code 8010850f


Assuming that you are using a PSP Go, then this error is caused by the fact that your device is not authorized to play your games anymore. This sometimes happens after a firmware update. In order to fix the problem, you must either attempt to sign in with the PSN account that you created when you purchased the device, or you must connect the PSP to the computer and use Sony's online PSP management page to reactivate the PSP. Go to: https://store.playstation.com/accounts/manage/cam_psp_activation_select.vm and then follow the on screen steps.

Feb 28, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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I have a PSP Go. whenever i try to open a game it tells me to activate system 8010850F. how do i activate it?


Found a possible solution on some other forums

For games the "to use this content, you must activate the system (8010850F)" message can be removed, and access to your downloaded content allowed, by either

1. signing in to PSN on your PSP then selecting account management > activate/ deactivate > games

or

2. connecting the PSP to your PS3 bia USB and signing in then selecting account management > activate/ deactivate > psp > games



I got it from this thread http://community.eu.playstation.com/t5/Technical-Support-Help-Advice/PSP-quot-to-use-this-content-you-must-activate-the-system/m-p/9991383

Feb 28, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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I'm getting the error code 8010850f


Hi antoniodarri,

It seemslike you can't play games with your PSP. You also mentioned about the error "8010850f". Don't worry you can remove this error by applying the options below andthere's no need to delete anything or need of formatting your PSP.

Option 1: Go to account management by signing in to PSN on your PSP. Once underaccount management go to activation/activate - games then activate the PSP.

Option 2: Connect your PSP to your PS3 using a USB. Then go to accountmanagement - activate/deactivate - PSP - games.

After you processed either of the 2 options you can now play your games with nointerruption.

Hope it helps, Thank youfor using FixYa.

Feb 02, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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I PUT A GAME FOR PSPGO TO NORMAL PSP AND IT SAYS 8010850F TO USE THIS CONTENT YOU MUST ACTIVATE THE SYSTEM


For games the "to use this content, you must activate the system (8010850F)" message can be removed, and access to your downloaded content allowed, by either

1. signing in to PSN on your PSP then selecting account management > activate/ deactivate > games

or

2. connecting the PSP to your PS3 bia USB and signing in then selecting account management > activate/ deactivate > psp > games


The main thing is to make sure everyone who uses your PSP knows not to turn it off when it is accessing the memory card or UMD

Jan 18, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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How can i instal skype to my psp?


The first step in the process involves configuring the Internet connection, which you should have already done if you've ever taken the PSP online to play games or browse the web. If you’re making a call from a public Wi-Fi hotspot, you might have to fire up the PSP Internet browser to accept the hotspot’s terms of service before getting online.
You’ll need to update your PSP’s firmware to enable Skype functionality if you bought your PSP-2000 close to launch. You can find the update on Sony’s PSP support page and full instructions on how to properly update the device. After installing the system update, you’ll find a new Skype selection under the Network in the XMB menu, nestled between the LocationFree Player and Remote Play.
The Skype program will give you the option of using an existing Skype account, or creating a new account directly from the PSP. Making a Skype account couldn’t be easier. Enter your email address and the desired login and password, and you’re on your way. Once the account is created, you can use either your PSP or a PC to hop over to the Skype site to purchase Skype credits using either PayPal or a credit card. You need Skype credits if you want to call cell phones or regular land lines using your Skype account.
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Profile 1 Profile 2 Profile 3 Profile 4 Profile 5 The Skype menu has five main sections: My Profile, Contacts, History, Dial, and Tools. The Profile section lets you adjust personal information. From here, you can change your status, icon, and mood message. Other profile settings let you set your location, email address, and contact numbers.
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Contacts 1 Contacts 2 Contacts 3 Contacts 4 Contacts 5 The Contacts page, as the name suggests, displays your contact list. From here you can choose contacts to call, but you'll be limited to audio chats only. You won't have the ability to launch video chats—Skype didn’t recognize the PSP camera attachment we imported from Japan. Voice quality will vary with your internet connection, but even with spotty service the connection is more than usable. Our PC friends did have to update their Skype program to the latest version to stop numerous error screens from popping up during our calls.
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History 1 History 2 The History icon keeps track of all incoming and outgoing calls and records how long you were in the chat for. It's also a quick way to go back and redial recent calls.
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Dial 1 Dial 2 Dial 3 The Dial feature lets you call outside phone numbers with the PSP. You will of course have to pay real money for this feature to work. We made a few calls using the service and it functioned as advertised, and voice clarity on both ends was more than passable. We did notice some lag, but nothing severe enough to disrupt the conversation.
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Tools 1 Tools 2 Tools 3 Tools 4 Tools 5 Tools 6 The Tools menu lets you jump to the Skype page to purchase more air time, change default sounds, troubleshoot network related port settings, manage blocked users, and tweak a few other minor settings.
Overall, we found Skype on the PSP to be easy to use and great for voice chats. We don't miss the text chat interface, as the PSP's text input mechanism doesn’t make for fast messaging. We’re not really sure how often you’ll actually use Skype on the PSP, but you’ll be glad to have it if you ever find yourself without a landline and a cell phone, but happen to be near an open Wi-Fi connection. Thats about it! =)

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Aleksandar Adzic

Apr 16, 2010 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Psp connection issue


Hi,

Alright, this is a pretty easy fix. Please excuse the incompetent. Well, firstly, affirm that you are not utilizing a limited account on Windows XP and that you have administrative privileges. Then:

1. Go to Start
2. Go to All programs
3. Go to Accessories
4. Go to System, if its not there and exactly says SYSTEM, look for it in System Tools
5. Go to Hardware
6. Go to Device Manager
7. Look around for anything that has an X or anything of that sort and if you come across something regarding USB, or PSP, right click it and click enable. If it is enabled, click reinstall drivers.

From there, your PSP will be recognized and identified and you will be capable of utilizing your PSP and computer simultaneously to the fullest extent for complete enjoyment.

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